Jonathan Gottschall, author of "The Storytelling Animal," says science backs up the long-held belief that story is the most powerful means of communicating a message.
Forbes Brazil graphically portrays what would be lost had Zuckerberg, Branson and their ilk had never been.
The Weather Channel marks its 30th anniversary with an upgraded site offering more personalization and a new campaign involving celebrity impersonators on Twitter, and the word of God.
A new app from Toronto-based agency, The Blimp Factory, allows users to keep running tallies on anything, and share strange trivia with the world.
A star-studded film, part of a campaign from Christy Turlington’s foundation Every Mother Counts, aims to subvert the commercialism of Mother’s Day for a good cause.
Sergeant Frank Woods and some badass weaponry star in the trailer for the next Call of Duty installment.
American Idol doesn’t have squat on this: In a series of ads from agency VCCP London, those sort-of-lovable Jammie Dodgers Monkeys return and are singing and dancing for the title of "Funkiest Monkey"--and they want you to vote.